Maple Knoll Village residents show award winning talent
Maple Knoll Village, a continuing care retirement community in Springdale, is home to residents with a variety of incredible talents. Some of the residents showcase their creativity and talent in Leading Age Ohio’s annual art and writing show.
Leading Age Ohio includes nearly 300 nonprofit retirement organizations and service providers. The goal of Leading Age Ohio is to improve the quality of life for Ohio seniors that are cared for by their members. The annual art and writing show is one way Leading Age can do just that.
Maple Knoll Village residents jumped at the opportunity to creatively express themselves and 8 entries were submitted from the campus. Of these 8 entries 3 received awards!
Resident Nancy Cooley won first place with her poetry piece “Along the Beaver”. Jack Remington won first place in woven art with his piece titled “Summer’s Shadow Shawl”. Mary Lee Fay’s “Vegetable Wreath” piece won second place in the needle arts competition.
For more information on Maple Knoll Village’s art winners or Maple Knoll Village in general please call 513.782.2423.
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